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if any developer wan to add my tweaks or something of this pack to your roms do it.

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A friend had me try an app from the market called "LagFix Free". You have to be rooted to run it, but I was amazed by the decrease in lag throughout normal tasks. It increases read/write scores in benchmark tests. These tweaks and this app, has me running pretty smooth right now.
 
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A friend had me try an app from the market called "LagFix Free". You have to be rooted to run it, but I was amazed by the decrease in lag throughout normal tasks. It increases read/write scores in benchmark tests. These tweaks and this app, has me running pretty smooth right now.
mine tweaks are good but are very battery friendly (very!), for better performance use sd maid too!

mi next release will be more battery friendly but with more higher performance (its real!)
 
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A friend had me try an app from the market called "LagFix Free". You have to be rooted to run it, but I was amazed by the decrease in lag throughout normal tasks. It increases read/write scores in benchmark tests. These tweaks and this app, has me running pretty smooth right now.
this trim your partitions, is good, but sd maid clean all device, this two are good,it isnt lag, are trash files, that is the "lag" you have.

sd maid clean cache, trash files and corpse files, so its one of the better cleaners and "lag fixers" you will find
 
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No.more lag fix app people, i will add a.script that trim like the app, its the same like in the app, but this will be at boot!

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It would be helpful if you could be more specific about permissions. Especially if you mean all files in a folder, or the folder itself.
 
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It would be helpful if you could be more specific about permissions. Especially if you mean all files in a folder, or the folder itself.
i say in my post files in init.d folder! do you know english, understand it?
 
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i say in my post files in init.d folder! do you know english, understand it?
I understand it, however...

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Dont set permission to mpengine folder or any file in it or it wont work.
Set rwxrwxrwx permission t to init.d scripts.
set rw-r----- permission to build.prop.
It doesn't specify all the files and there is a folder named the same. I assumed it meant the files inside the folder. Just trying to clarify. What I'm trying to say is that ./system/etc/init.d/*.* set to RWXRWXRWX is a little clearer. Just trying to make it easier for other folks who want to try this too. Thanks for your work!
 
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redownload, i used a program to open the system.img of my backup and extracted my tweaks and modified them a bit and added some other tweaks.


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